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TMl EPITAPH
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L VOLUME XXXV
MINING DEAL
Negotiations for Transfer of Control
of Extension Group Near the
Famous Producer
ADJACENT TO TOMOBSTNE'S BIG PRODUCERS
Negotiations are pending (or tbe
ale of the controlling interest of tbe
Commonwealth Extens-on Mining
company at Pearce, of which John
Peatceia the original locator, the
property adjoioing the famed Com
monwealth company group
Tbe amount involved is not made
public but option papers bare been
drawn aodit is understood payments
will be made next month of about
$50,000,
Earthquake Records of all Kinds
Duly
Noted at
graph
Station
A small esrtbquake, not a pro- (o'clock and lasted seven cr eight
found tremor bat more in the nature ' minutes. It seemed to center within
of a. 'baby quake," orcurred ihursda) 209 miles or less ol Tucon , and was
night, and was recorded by 'he eeie i principally west of Tucson and a trifle
rcogrspb at the Uci'd States Mag- I north or south of west.
neticObserratory east ol Tucson. Tbe maximum movement was fig
Tbe earthquele began at V ,.7' ured at l-1000of an inch.
Railroad Spike Patent Will Net
Arizona Railroad Official Neat
Fortune .
T H Krottschnitt, assisstant super
intended of the Southern VacGc
f allroad. left Tucson last night for
New York, where he will complete a
deal whereby b will sell bis railroad
spike patent.
This spike will fill a long felt want
Jo tbe laying of rails and will bo a
great saving to tbe rairoads and , in
additioo.it cannot be pulled out cr
loosened.
Tbe spike is an ordinary one, itb
th execution of a groove running
Arizona Justices Barred From
.Sentencing on Certain Blis
deameanor Cases
At Globe far reaching and irapoi t
nt decision was handeo down by
Judge Walter Sbute of the superior
court, when the conrt held tbat j'is
tices of tbe peace, under tbe new law
bad do jurisdiction in misdemeanor
case where tbe maximum fine that
could be imppsed exceeds $200 orl
New
Cases
Filed
tCTEBtOB COBRT
Bait No 228 0 Hirgoon vs Frank
K 8bavor -et al; debi am garnish
ment 424. GO.
Suit No 233. H Rose Cbildera
Win W Cbildere. divorce J
Suit No 234. Pnoebe O'dnsm ts
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W
AT PEARCE
C-c!iie county capital will join
with eastern capitalists in making
the deal, tbe papers for which are be
ing perfected today and MeesrB John
Pearee and Walter Melgren, officers el
tbe company actitig in connection
with same.
Some extensive work is contem
plated by tbe ne owners and con
siderable acivity at tbe Extension
company group is locked for.
Arizona Seismo-
parallel witn toe spue lor eooui
thre-eighihs of its length. The
spike is diiven in as usual and a 70
penny-weight nail is dr ven in tb
groove which, when it strikes tbe
bottom, is caused to turn up and acts
as a hook in preventing tbe spike
from coming out.
FUR SALE Child's crib, high
chair, couch hammock, MrOI llan
army raddle. Smith fc Wrsson 38 rail
her revolver. Inquire Mrs. Charlte
L Poiodexter.
where the maximum, imprisonment
tr at may be ordered exceeds sixty
days. Tbe ruling la in accordant.
with a law pasted by tbe last Ariz ma
legislature.
Cf.ciiniibriai.rs uougn Hemeov
Cot fW - t-
L L Oldham; divorce.
FE0B1TK FKOCEEDIXOi
Est J il Grre r; Dec 6 1912 tim
probating will and hearing petition.
Est J H Keys; Deo 6 day bearing
application for letters.
E-t J W Frederick; Dee 6 day bear
icg settlement of acct; also. causing
not ire to be given.
'I COUGH SYRU.
Aft D ouo
TOMBSTONE,
Makes Friends
for His Company
Frederick F Richards, special agent
and adjuster for the Union Assurance
Society, Ltd., with headquarters in
Los Angeles, was a pleaiant visitor to
this office today. Mr Richards is the
right man in the right place; he is
preposeesamg, genial and withal, in
quiring in a gentlemanly manner.
This is Mr Kicbards' 6rst visit to
Cochise county, but be is OLe who
keeps in touch with tbe progress o!
business that may affect his company.
He is "reaching out," and wo have no
hesitancy in sa)iog tbat tbe Union
Assurance Society is well reoreeented.
Latest Order
in Telephone Scrap
With tbe understanding that the
Mountain States Telephone company
can continue with its work on ibe
new plant and system at Douglas but
that they are not to make any Dew
connections or disturb tbe old line,
the heariDg of Ibe franchise rights in
be courts at lombstone has been
postponed to December C.
Summary Of
School Report
The following is a summary of the
Tombstone high school and grammar
grade reports for lOdajs ol November
as filed t-y Superintendent E. H.
Stover:
High Grammar
School Grsde
Numberoldaystang.it.. 20 20
Whole nurnler ol days
attendance 303 2692
Whole No dare absent 9$ 111
Whole NoTa-diness ... 25 71
Whole No of boys enrol
led on register 9 74
Whole No ot Oris enrol
led on register .... 7 72
Total No enrolled 16 146
Iverace No belonging.. 15 65 140
Average Daily attendance 15.17 135
Per cent of attendance
no average No belong"
ing 97 9643
No dudiIs entered 6
Sunday In
Tombstone Churches
No morning services.
Sunday School at 10 a m.
Beuediction at 7.39 p ui.
Maes at 7:30 a. m. on week days.
All are cordially invited to attend
Rbt. FaTBEB Makx, Pastor.
METHODIST
Sunday School 10KXI. m.
Epworth League 7 p. in.
All arc invited.
Tbktoe Ortos. Pastor.
COSOREaaTIOSAL
Sunday School 10 a, ra.,
Reeves, Supt.
Preaching 11 m. Topi::
of Doing Nothing."
Preaching 7:30 p m. Topic
E it
"Curse
"Fas'
ing Ones SelL"
Christian Endeavor at 7.00 p. an.
Every tody is cordially invited to
at'end thse rervices.
Bet. H.A.Di'i, Pastor.
We desire to increase tbe circula
tion of our magazine, and bare sever
all good offers in connection there
witn. If yu wish to increase your
ino me and bave any spare time to
I devote to this work, write us. We
pay a very Iitieral commission ana
would fcngl'd logiTe you ull partic
ulars. CHARLES HCRIBENER'fl
PONS 504 NASUU BLDO., DEN
VER, COLORADO. N 24
COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA-SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1912
Tombstone Town'
Topics Tersely Told
Visitors to City; Local and
Personal Items of Interest
Mrs A Heney of Faitbank was a
Tombstuce visitor today with friends
Toe Conner, editor of "Who's Who
in Ariiona" is expected iuTomtttoD?
Monday in tbe interest of bis popu
lar work.
Deputv Connty School Supt Hutch
irs left last evening for Douglas on a
brief visit.
II Houier, a well known Fcnora
mining min u a brief Tombstone
visitor today.
Rev 11 A Deck was an arrival today
from Teinpe and will bold services st
the Congregational church tomorrow
Habeas corpus release of General
Oampa ! ordered by Judge Sloan
at Pboenix yesterday. Ibe general
is in jail at Tucson, where he has
been coufined ever since bis capture.
Die writ is returnable in 20 days, acd
Campa will be brought to Pboenix
lor a bearing within a sew days.
YOU CAN SECURE THREE GREAT
MAGAZINES
The Cosmopolitan Magaiine, Hearsts
Magazine and Good HouteWeeping,
and the Los Angeles Examiner, de
livered to your home each day. All
tour publications for 85 cents a month.
Order from our agent, Frank Yaple
ol Tombstone, or address the LOS
ANOELtS EXAMINER, LOS AN
GELES, CAL.
ARIZONA NEWS
OF INTEREST
Newsy Notes From All Over Arizona
Carefully Condensed for The
Prospector Readers
El'iswcrth Hiegin, of Phoenix, the
j 10-year-old son of Wm M Higglne,
sustained a (racure of the ekrll and
many bruises Sunday, when he ae
thrown from the bcrse he was riding
and hit one of the lamp posts. Tbe
horse slipped and fell, throwing tbe
boy on bis bead. It ia thought be
will recover.
An experimental primary will be
held to ascertain the feeling of the
voters of Yavapai county on tbe high
way bond issue. Tbe experimental
primary was practically agreed upon
at a joint meeting Thursday night of
last week at tbe chamber of commerce
at Prescott.
Two thousand acres belonging to
the Tucson Farms company ate now
onder fence, and the clearing of 'h
second unit ot land is progressing
rapidly. Eightesn stump pullers are
engaged in clearing the land ol desert
trees. Tbe fifty houtes beiug tailt
for tbe farmers are now well along
towatd completion.
Francisco Garcia, a Mexican, labor
er on tbe El Pao k Southwestern wa
shot and ailM Sunday near Tucson
because be wa not ready to go borne
to the camp with his Mends The
slayer is alleged to be a man Known as
Barnaby. His last name is unknown
to tbe authorities.
Congressman Faircblld of New York
is spending a 'ew days io Tucson on a
visit to his son, Sherman Mills, who
is a student at tbe university While
here he will also lo'k "Iter some buei
nass enterprises in wbicb he is ia
trested. . -
' John Rock has been spending sev
eral days ot the present week on bis
cattle ranch, rounding up a few car
loads cf eltek bovioes for shipment.
Tbos Allaire, wife and daughter are
Tombstone visitors today from tbe
Allaire ranch in the Sulphur Spriug
valley.J
W P Thompson of the Billiard Par.
Ion wi'l bare a turkey shoot next
week as part of Tbaoktgiving events
in Tombstone. Mr Thompson as
ageot lor Cochise grown turkeys is
receiving orders for tbe Thanksgiving
day leset.
Mrs R V Saunders, wife of Supe rin
teodent Saunders of tbe Tejon Com-
p my at Glteson is in the city visiting
her mother, Mrs HolUod and lomb
etone friends.
Thanksgiving Day
.Dance By Band
A grand Thanksgiving dance will be
had at Gage Hall on Thanksgiving
night under auspices of the Tomb
stone City Hand. The entire band
will furnish the music and it is need
lees to ay an excellent time is assured
all h ho attend. Besides encouraging
a worthy local organisation by ee
curing a ticket y u will get more
than your raoni-ji worth at tbe dance.
A Mexican named Sam Lopez was
(tabbed and perhaps fatally wounded
at Willcox Sunday afternoon by
cowboy who is under arrest.
The university football squsd is
now almost ready for the big Thanks
giving day game with New Mexico
and Coach Quigtey .put his men
through three hours' practice on the
new formation featurd.y
The universltv geology class went
nr its first fall exploration trip to
Stbino canyon Saturday. Professor
and Mr C W Willis acted as instruc
tor and chaperon respectively. Field
notes on be various formations and
strata were taken and Mr Willis lec
tured brielly on all extraordinary oi
peculiar format ons encountered,,
Arcjnling 'o Los Angeles morn
ing paper tbe PhO'nix Indian school
football team has been requested to
come to nhittier, Gal. Thanksgiv
ing day and play there against tbe
Wbittier college eleven.
Tbe Tucson high school girls bas
ket ball team is to play its first game
of the sesson next Saturday nigbt
against the alumnae team at tbe
university gymnasium. Tbe team
has been practicing bard for about
two months and is io gocd shape.
OL Bryce. who almost killed a
roan named Oten at Vulture Tuesday
morning by striking him in the bead
with a sledge hammer, wal brought
to the Phoenix jail Wednesday af
ternoon by Deputy Sheriff J J O'Brien
of Vulture.
Mtectr Tear 3owcls With Cmfcrtcj.
.41x17 Cathartic, core etoatlratica forever
"M54 irc.CC.raU.drniTUuri'fnMTKM
GRADED CATTLE
VS. RANGE STOCK
Cochise Cattleman Looks for Radical
Departure From Present Cattle
Raising Methods on Range
NEWSPAPER MAN'S EXPERIENCE IN COCHISE
Tba the cattlemen of tbe esutu
weet must turn their attention to
raising thoroughbred stock instead
of ordioary scrub range cattle if they
expect to make mouey is tbe state
ment ol l'beodore Hampe, a vi ell
known rancher and cattleman of the
Swiesbelms, who is en route for Sao
Diego, where he goes to meet his wile
who is returning from San Francisco,
where she spent a vacation,
Mr Hampe has several seciiona o!
fine ranch land and about 150 heaJ o!
thoroughbred Uolsiein and Ga!loy
ctttle. Tbese be states will net him
greater returns tban double the num
ber of common cattle, on account o.
the common stock requiring more
feed and a longer time to mature
He also states tbat the thoroughbred
stock will fatten in half tbe time,
The Raging San Pedro Affords
Opportunity for Sea Faring Ex
ploits Since Boating is Barred
on the Colorado
Thursday Yuma was alive with del-1 sneaks across the International line
'fttinni Vnnn -ni rwn aerl - ol im inr !'. a . aa
egations who purposed reclaiming the
rantankerous Colorado river to navi
Ration, and tbat, too, following up
tbe celebration of tbe closing of tl at
veritable Nile by tbe completion of
tbe Laguna Dam, conducting the
waters through a siphon and under
neath the generous o'd waterway at a
depth of 150 feet below tbe bed of ihe
river. The Colorado river is cloed
perpetually, to "eiern-wheeler,"' flat
bottoms," or any othe' craft drawing
saore water than an Indian canor.
The waterway at tbedoor of Toml-
stone is still open, and no better field
for exploitation and buncombe exists
in Ibe southwest ; no better ground for
tbe fulsome proUgoaist of irrigation
awaits the spellbinder- The turbu
lent, but dependent San Pedro river
is without a rival in tbe world it
flows up-stream winds its serpent
ine beauty from tbe south in Mexico
to the north in Arizona, where it
spills its full volume into tbe historic
old stream of Gila, near the city cf
Mammoth in Pinal county.
Just as soon as tbe San Pedro
Tombstonites Will
Parcel Post
First
Ooand after tbe first of January
the parcel drop in the pcsloffice will
be closed on account of the new ar
cels post law, which will go into effect
then and wnich require special stamps.
Ordinary postage stamps will not be
good for packages or fourth class mat
ter. This was tba information received
here by Postmaster Arthur Harwood.
Tbe stamps for parcels under the
new law will be of different designs
from the regnlsr stamps and sre now
-'.
NO 94
and bring from f 3 to f 7 a head nioro
on tbe market.
Many of tbe cattlemen in bis vici
nity are looking over the markets for
thoroughbred breeding stock, he
states, and believes that there will be
an evolution of the cattle raising busi
ness in ihe southwest in tbe next five
years and tbat the dajs of tbe old
"Texas Ioog horns-' are numbered
and will eoon be history.
Mr Hampe was formerly a news
paper cartoonist and worked on many
ol the big newspapers in tbe country.
He came to Arizona ten years ago on
account of his health and has been
one of tbe most successful cattleman
io his vicinity, devoting his attention
to thoroughbred stock Irom tbe time
he came hfro when ihe cattlemen
laughed at birn and called him foolish.
iuiu nnzona, its valleys tegin to blos
som, its generous carriage deserts tbe
channel, spreads out and lends genera
ous aid in eupplvinc moisture tbat
makes of this lovely valley one of tbe
most prcducthesectione for fruits and
cereals on tbe Pacific southwest.
And since tho San Pedro is reckon
ed as ODe of tbe longest big little
streams that flows in the southwest.
aod empties its plcntitude into tbe
auxiliaries of tbe great big deceptive
Colorsdo rtcently gone out of busi
nesswhy not theso gentlemen of ad
vanced commercial instincts iovesti-
' &te Ihft nnastlilllfiea rI tho, Qan Pulp.
river? The PpObPEctor would not
eugeee: nsvy yard?, ship-building, or
anytbine tbat might interfere with
agriculture just come down to the
San Pedro valley and grow up with
he country. You can launch a boat
on the San Pedro, near Tombstone, at
certian seasons, aod liesurly glide
don n the placid stream to tbe Colo
rado river, rass by Yuma acd enter
the broad and boundless expanse of
the great Pacific ocean. Remember
tbe San Pedro.
Have Benefit of
After January
being engraved and printed in the
government printing office. The
first lot is expectrd to arrive here
about tbe 15ih of December, as well
as a complete set of instructions sod
a map showing tbe zone districts.
Ten dollars a a ay easily made by
local agent. Write for full informs."
tlon at once. Arizona Sales Agency.
Phoenix. Arizona. Ml
Fob ?ale Combined writing desk
and book case, also two parlor ebairs.
Inquire C G Johnson, Fremont street,
near Fourth
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